coaching process

Your success as a coach is defined by the growth you can spur in your athletes.
Your programming goal should be to intelligently lay out a plan that offers a safe, long-term approach that develops the maximum potential of your athletes.
Read the evidence, but don’t ignore what works.
You need to develop a sound approach to programming and design a productive, safe, efficient strength and conditioning program.
Volunteer hours will mold you into the coach and trainer you want to become, so take every opportunity to learn from others.
Coaches must negotiate a difficult balancing act between objectivity and subjectivity.
Identifying your ideal client type can also be a process of self-discovery.
A nuance of sprinting technique might change how you coach speed forever.
Coaching is not about the sets, it’s not about the reps, and it’s not about the business bullshit—it’s about a relationship with the human being in front of you.
Don't drown your athletes in a flood of cues and information.
When you share your knowledge, you get more than you give.
We're going to wrap up The Talent Code adventure by analyzing the catalytic addition of a master coach.